California Pacific Medical Center Van Ness and Geary Campus (CPMC VNGC) is a complex one-million sq. ft., 12-story hospital project in San Francisco. With frequent design changes resulting in large amounts of documentation from multiple sources, managing and communicating design changes are critical. This presentation will focus on the use of Bluebeam Revu to validate a coordinated design, track design changes, and ensure successful construction delivery, and the use of Bluebeam Studio as a collaboration tool to manage the Office of Statewide Health Planning and Development (OSHPD) review process during both the permitting and post-permitting phases.
In this session, learn more about:
- How Bluebeam Studio can be used for document control, overlays and collaboration on a complex healthcare project.
- How Bluebeam Revu is used as a communication tool for controlling design changes and organizing information from multiple sources
- How to implement a digital file exchange process using Bluebeam Studio
- How to leverage data in Revu’s Markups List to develop progress metrics by using business intelligence software
Course Level: Intermediate
***Approved for one AIA CES Learning Unit***
Benjamin Alfonso (Modulus Consulting), Grant Johnson (Modulus Consulting), Juan Restrepo (Herrero Builders), Joshua Mercado (The Boldt Company)